I liked the play style of VICTAS players and tried several times, but they didn't fit and broke.
However, when I changed the racket to Koki Niwa WOOD and tried again, it was nice. (Inner Force ZLC, Koki Niwa didn't suit me)
The sheet is soft, the sponge is hard, and I think that it depends on the compatibility of the racket, but it is very controllable.
The arch line was not lower than I expected, and I felt the lifting force was sufficient.
Others have said that the best thing about this rubber is the counter. A powerful ball will be returned while there is a sense of stability that you can return the opponent's ball as your own ball without losing the seat.
The fore is also very easy to use, but the back is also easy to do such as the cheetah and the front team drive, and I use it on both sides. The block is also very easy to do (because the sheet is strong and soft?), So I feel that I can recommend it even in the back.
Although it is a high-end rubber, I felt that it was a rubber that was surprisingly easy to use, so I think that even students can use it enough if it can be considered compatible with a racket.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Little hard
Recomend racket KOKI NIWA WOOD
As mentioned in various places, it is quite close to Timo Boll.
It is closer to the spirit than ALC, and because the plate thickness is thin, you can apply intense rotation while feeling the bending of the blade.
There was plenty of momentum, and I felt that the compatibility with the company's Omega VII was very good.
It's cheap, easy to handle, and may be a good introduction to special materials.
Also, if you've used Timo Spi in the past, but Timo Boll ALC didn't suit you, I think it's worth a try.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little hard
I used to use carbon fiber, but I bought it because I wanted to change it to a wood racket.
I have posted the recommended Ventus because I wanted to emphasize rally and stability from table tennis that punches out with one shot.
I was satisfied with the performance I was looking for, such as the sense of stability in the front team and the sense of security that is not affected by the opponent's ball due to the thickness of the board.
I felt a little lack of power in practice, but in the actual battle format, I think that the power of the connecting ball has increased because I can control it with good ball holding even from the collapsed system.
I feel that the power is insufficient when shooting in a pure middle team, but I think that the ease of countering and the good control have made it possible to score points in the rally more than before.
I think that it is a racket that shines in actual battles rather than practice, so I would like you to try it in a match format.
Also, it goes great with Ventas. If you are looking for stability, please give it a try.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
As it is said in various places, the ease of back drive is amazing.
Especially recommended for those who are not good at back drive for downward rotation.
However, it is not difficult to do other technologies, and I have the impression that it can be used stably.
If you have a problem with back drive against downward rotation, or if you want stable play in the back, why not try it once in the back?
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little soft
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I am using it in the back.
It is a rubber with a sober impression compared to Super Ventus, but I think that it is a rubber with comprehensive power at a level comparable to that of Super Ventus.
You can control it properly without flying too much, and you can apply rotation tightly.
Although it is common to the Ventus series, it has good performance to lift up, and this rubber is also easy to hit down.
The reason I use it in the back is because it is light in weight, but I think that there are not many rubbers that are so light with this performance.
I think it would be good to use it for backhands of intermediate level and above, and forehands at the beginner-intermediate level.
Overall10/10 Speed7 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Soft
Recomend racket KOKI NIWA WOOD
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